Make it easy to contact you: clearly state your email address and phone number.
These are personal details, not intimate: no National or Foreigner ID card numbers, no marital status, no children, no age etc.
If you have them, include your social network profiles in order to expand the information.
A photo is optional.
Montserrat Roig Xuclà
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Highlight your skills.
The title of any training can be in bold so it's easier to see it at first glance. Start with what you have studied and then the centre where you studied and the city.
You can use links to extend the information.
The year can go either at the beginning or at the end.
Structure the training according to your goal.
Do not forget about complementary training related to your goal, such as congresses, conferences, workshops, short courses, etc. In this case, it is advisable to indicate the length in hours.
Training and Education
It is not necessary to make a complete and exhaustive list: select the key and most relevant skills for the place of work where you are applying.
Highlight what you know how to do.
Prioritise that which relates to the future workplace.
Detail your experience: describe the tasks and functions of each job.
List the languages in which you can work.
Show your skills.
Indicate work tools.
Indicate what it is that you want to do.
The professional objective must be specific, motivating and consistent with the rest of your CV.
It can be placed in the header just below your personal details. This allows your profile to be located quickly.
To continue to develop as an administrative professional in companies within the tourism sector, particularly in hotels.
Demonstrate how you work by explaining your abilities, attitudes and aptitudes when it comes to carrying out a professional activity.
Your skills provide information about what type of person you are and how you work.
Person with initiative, as manager of the Help Desk, used to resolving customers’ problems and ensuring services are provided correctly.
These are the areas or fields of knowledge which you are interested in.
They say a lot about what you like and what motivates you.
Do not confuse them with your professional objective; this is a different section that adds to your profile.
I am interested in the field of business organisation, the digital transformation of companies and organisations and change management in teams.
Here you can put non-work experiences or place them in the experience section if they are in line with your professional objective.
You can include hobbies, associations, voluntary activities, achievements and personal projects.